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The earliest creation date or time that a document can have to be exported.
To specify a date use one of the following formats.
A date. Specify the day, month, and year, separated by slashes (/). If the year is a number less than 40, it is read as a year in the 2000s. If the year is a number between 40 and 99, it is read as a year in the 1900s. For example, 1/02/1 is read as February 1st 2001, while 01/3/40 is read as March 1st 1940.
HH:NN:SS DD/MM/YY or
A time and date. Specify the hours, minutes, and seconds, separated by colons (:), followed by the day, month, and year, separated by slashes (/).
A positive or negative number to specify a number of days from today (for example, 3 or -3 to specify today's date plus 3 days or today's date minus 3 days).
To specify a time use one of the following formats.
A positive or negative number post-fixed with an s to specify a number of seconds from now (for example, 100s or -100s to specify the current time plus 100 seconds or the current time minus 100 seconds).
A positive number post-fixed with an e to specify epoch seconds (for example, 1023782400e to specify 11th June 2002, 9 am).
In this example, only documents with a date after the 1st of January 2003 are exported.